Trisha Nguyen
Staff Reporter
Trisha Nguyen covers men's ice hockey and field hockey as a staff reporter. Originally from St. Louis, she is a sophomore in Saybrook College majoring in molecular, cellular and developmental biology.
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WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Tabea Botthof ’23 takes gold in Germany

While several members of the women’s ice hockey team have been spending their leaves of absence participating in internships or training at home, defender Tabea […]

MEN’S HOCKEY: Yale star Curtis Hall ’22 inks entry-level deal with Boston Bruins

On Monday morning, the Boston Bruins announced that they had signed Yale men’s ice hockey center Curtis Hall ’22 to a three-year entry-level contract beginning […]

WOMEN’S HOCKEY: ‘We have all moved forward’ — Bulldogs focused on ’21-’22 season

While the Ivy League’s decision to cancel the winter sports season has left the women’s hockey team separated for the majority of the academic year, […]

MEN’S HOCKEY: Former Yale defenseman Jack St. Ivany settles in at BC following transfer due to winter season cancellation

Jack St. Ivany, a junior defenseman from Manhattan Beach, California, recently decided to continue his ice hockey career at Boston College, leaving Yale’s team amid […]

WOMEN’S HOCKEY: Five former Bulldogs competed in NWHL season

After a 10-month competition drought, former Yale women’s hockey players defender Mallory Souliotis ’18, defender Taylor Marchin ’17, forward Emma Vlasic ’19, defender Saroya Tinker […]

MEN’S HOCKEY: Two Bulldogs set their sights outside Yale

After the Ivy League made the decision to cancel all winter sports competition, Yale men’s ice hockey defenseman Phil Kemp ’21 and Jack St. Ivany […]

Wayne Dean, ‘Yale’s gift to the college hockey community,’ dies at 65

Wayne Dean, former deputy director of Yale Athletics and a cherished member of the Bulldogs ice hockey community, unexpectedly died on Nov. 8 at the […]

TikTok, Among Us and trivia nights: How the Yale Precision Marching Band is staying energized this fall

Members of the Yale Precision Marching Band have continued with practice this fall with one big change: They have traded in their instruments for computer […]

Nathan Chen ’23 takes gold at 2020 Skate America

“Nathan Chen wins once again.” As NBC Sports commentator Terry Gannon sent the broadcast to commercial, a familiar outcome greeted figure skating fans across the […]

Nathan Chen ’23 to skate at first Grand Prix event of the season

2018 Olympic medalist Nathan Chen ’23 is taking a break from his studies and preparing to compete in the Sin City this weekend. The reigning […]

With Ivy League decision still unannounced, NE-10, NESCAC and more begin making calls around early 2021 athletic competition

Although the Ivy League has not yet announced its plan for spring-semester athletics, at least one collegiate athletic conference in New England has already ruled […]